Tag: black history month
While Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day marked the beginning of Black History Month, Mirman held different activities and discussions throughout the month to help our students understand African-American history and culture in both the United States and California.One major project was…
As part of Black History Month, Mirman School hosted the Underground Dance Crew to teach our students a form of dance called Krump.Krumping is a street dance popularized in the United States and characterized by free, expressive, exaggerated, and highly energetic movement. The black…
As part of Black History Month, Mirman students, faculty, and staff decorated their doors in honor of recognizable and unsung African-American heroes.
New artwork celebrates the contributions of four African American writers — Octavia Butler, Maya Angelou, Angela Davis, and Toni Morrison.
In the February 7 assembly, representatives from both Lower and Upper School Student Advisory Committees showcased a timeline of learners and leaders in black history.
All month long, the Mirman community came together to learn about experiences, causes, and effects of the Great Migration.
Athletics Director Angela Brown was honored as a Community Hero by the LA Clippers during halftime on February 5, 2020.